There are innumerable “how to” Web sites, telling us how to tie a tie, how to lose weight, even how to skin a cat (it’s not what you think). There are also plenty of sites advising investors how to save for retirement. So a key question for these investors is: What are the best sites?
Into this Web-site retirement morass steps the nonprofit Alliance for Investor Education (AIE). On March 18, AIE posted 12 of the best Web-based resources for older investors, called “Retirement Wealth Know-How: Investor Education for Seniors,” available at investoreducation.org/retirementwealth.
AIE is the organization of the 20 leading U.S. financial-related foundations, nonprofit organizations, associations and governmental agencies. One advantage of AIE posting this “best of” compilation is that nonprofits are less likely to be financially biased about their information and more likely to direct readers–and perhaps your clients–to solid, educational sites.